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The purpose of this paper is to highlight the significance of the student role in enhancing the innovative and entrepreneurial landscape of higher education. Furthermore, the paper presents methods in which students can go about catalyzing a movement of change, and discusses examples of how these methods have been effectively applied. It is important to note that the methods and examples included in this paper are by no means the only ways students can go about creating change at their institutions. They are simply some of the methods that have been taught by Stanford University’s University Innovation Fellows (UIF) Program and have worked for students at James Madison University to enhance their landscape. This paper reflects the findings and experiences of students who have been trained in the UIF program, and who have applied the training to their campuses.
Ashley, Christopher D., "The student role in catalyzing an innovation movement in higher education" (2017). Senior Honors Projects, 2010-current. 310.